If approved, the Dons hope to have phase one of the project, a £10m football academy, complete by the start of the 2018/19 season before moving to a the new stadium two years later.
The club submitted plans for a 24.5 hectare site at Kingsford to the west of the city after previous plans to build the stadium in the Loirston area of the city were dropped.
The new site will be just 200m away from the Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route.
The restrictions of the Club’s no longer fit for purpose Pittodrie Stadium site, including the inability to develop co-located and dedicated training facilities, are an increasing barrier to its sustainable future.
George Yule, Executive Vice Chairman of Aberdeen Football Club, said: “Our vision is to deliver essential community and training facilities and a new stadium, which will collectively support the ambitions of the Community Trust, Club and fans.
“This project is fundamental for the future of the Community Trust and the Club, and for maximising the benefits they can deliver for the city and region.”
Aberdeen FC intends to sell its current home, Pittodrie Stadium, for housing development.